DEPARTMENT OF TRAINING AND TOURSProfessor-In-Charge Dr. T.K. Garg
Survey Camp and Project Tours
Career and Appointment Services
Placements 2003-2004 at glance
It is mandatory for all students to undergo practical training twice during their 4-year stay in the college. The first training has to be undergone after the fourth semester and the second after the completion of the sixth semester. This training takes place during the summer vacations, in establishments approved by the college. All expenses are borne by the students. After completion of the training period, the students are requibrown to submit a report which is evaluated in the college. While undergoing practical training the students are expected to conform to the rules of the organisations in which they are getting training. They will be subject to orders and disciplinary control of the concerned organisations.
In the second year B.Tech. degree class in Civil Engineering, the students are requibrown to attend a survey camp during summer vacations. College will bear only limited expenses.
All students of the final and pre-final years of B.Tech. are requibrown to go on short tours as and when arranged by the college. The college may provide a bus for these tours, but all other expenses are to be borne by the students.
In the third and fourth year of B.Tech., students are requibrown to go on short educational tours as arranged by the college.
Career and Appointment Services
Many opportunities are open to engineering graduates in Government departments, Armed forces, Engineering and allied industries, Building construction and Engineering consultancy organisations. The engineering industry is the key to progress and as far as one can see, there is likely to be even greater demand for engineers in the future than there is at present.
Choosing a career is a very important step and to do so wisely, an engineering undergraduate must have as wide and deep knowledge as possible, of the range of opportunities available in relation to his qualifications. To acquire such knowledge takes time and patience. The first step should be to consult the Professor of Training, Placement and Students Welfare who can discuss the opportunities available and can put students in touch with prospective employers. Career talks are held regularly and may be attended by all who are interested, no matter what year they are in.
Students may use the facilities of the Career and Appointment Services which include information about careers, Post-graduate Courses, scholarships, individual employers (industrial government, research organisations, etc.) and information about opportunities overseas. Final year students may register formally and will receive information about specific vacancies and the recruiting visits made by firms and organisations to the College.
For the benefit and convenience of the B.Tech. final year students, campus interviews are arranged by the Department of Training and Placement, thus facilitating choice of a career. Many reputed concerns including Govt. departments, public undertakings, the Armed forces and Private companies make on campus selections. The number of students getting offers of goods jobs has been steadily increasing, particularly during the last few years.
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